How the Hollandish Betting Strategy Works
Unlike classic betting systems like Martingale or Fibonacci, the history and origins of the Hollandish betting strategy are unknown, apart from the fact that it might have originated in the Netherlands, hence the name. Like the Martingale strategy, Hollandish is a negative progressive betting system, in which you increase your stake after each unsuccessful bet. The idea here is that, by increasing the stakes after each loss when you eventually win you will make your losses back and at least break even.
Here’s how the Hollandish betting system works in practice. The idea is to make your bets in blocks of three, keeping the wager the same for three rounds at a time. If you lose in those three rounds, you increase the stake by two units in the next set of three, and so on. If you win, you would then reset the sequence and start all over again. Let’s walk through this with an example.